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camera and i said, oh, my god, what's that? we wanted you to feel at home. i reached for it. i wasn't going to drink it allegedly. he said it was called baptist wine, which is grape juice. >> mr. huckabee, he's a sweet man. are you finished with your tour, book tour? >> i'm going to go to palm beach this week and do a book signing. >> people love you down there. >> that's a fun spot for us. at jennifer miller's jewelry store. >> you have to share her. >> i will share. okay, guess where we're going. >> we're going to los angeles. >> yes, we are. we're taking the show on the road, sunny california. >> all kinds of details how you can join us out there. starting february 11th. >> we're going to have two weeks of shows. >> two weeks of shows out there. >> it's going to rock and roll. >> today, though, is mild here. it's going to be 50 degrees. >> it's just weird. >> weird weather. >> 60-some degrees, foggy where i live, wet.
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>> sara's out there in the wetness and looking for a couple of people in the crowd who are going to come in and get their game on with us. >> get crazy. i want to see some of these people to see where we're going to pick from. >> oh, wow. good. building up. excellent. >> sad news this morning for ashley judd and her husband of 11 years. he's the race car driver, a lot of people know, dario francetti. they said they were splitting, calling it quits. they put out a joint statement together saying they decided to mutually end their marriage. they always will be family and continue to cherish our relationship based on love, respect, integrity, and joy. >> these things are always well worded, and you understand why. they always ask for privacy at a time like this. i always say when i read back. can you go back to what it says exactly?
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>> here it is. >> that doesn't help me. >> here it is. >> that makes it worse. we'll always be family and continue to cherish our relationship based on the special love, integrity, and respect we have always enjoyed. if you have all that, then why can't you make the marriage work? i'm not saying they don't have it, i'm not questioning. the wording is always interesting to me. i think if you've got all those components in your relationship, why would there not be hope for that marriage? >> we don't know what goes on. >> that's what i'm saying. is it just for the prepress. >> something that struck me about her relationship with her husband. i remember being envious is a strong word, but thinking, wow, they are very, very lucky. i remember how it seemed how deep it was, how open it was, and how it seemed to be steamy, very kind of public steamy relationship. she kept saying, you know, we always keep our relationship, you know, keep the home fires burning, and sometimes after 11 years, you think god, if they can do that, why aren't we doing
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that? >> it's hard to keep home fires burning if you're not home. it's very hard. he's on the road. that's a grueling schedule. she's an actress. almost never shoot movies and things where you live. you're almost always on location. it takes a very, very extraordinary relationship to last through that sort of stuff. >> but back to the question, do people who seem to have all that chemistry and they talk about it and you peek in, is it real and why don't i have that. we saw that with heidi klum. >> i don't know why you don't have it, i pray for you every day. >> mock tail, i don't even want it. >> we were so surprised when they broke up. >> heidi klum and seal. they got married every year. >> renewed their vows. >> every time you saw them, they were kissing. >> beautiful babies. >> ashton kutcher and demi moore seemed to be publicly affectionate. when you saw them, you peeked in and thought if i could just have that.
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>> not just that that keeps two people together. it helps. i think that's a big part of our culture problem. >> what's that? >> the media tells us that it's all about sex. sex is a wonderful part of a good relationship but it's one component. you could have the world's greatest sex life and have a lousy marriage. >> but you always hope you can still have the steam after years and years and years and years. what's the truth? >> you can't. >> that's the end of that. >> you can't. you can have something that's even better and deeper. if that's what you want is just steamy and steamy, first of all, your bodies are going to tell you differently. you age and men lose their testosterone by the time they are age 50, they've lost half of it. women go through hormonal changes. >> cranky. >> setting yourself up for -- why don't you find a different kind of contentment and have those moments when you still rekindle what you have.
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>> you need the rekindling moments, too. >> you're not the same person you were when you were 18 years old. >> you can still have romance and you can still have hot sex. >> yes, you can. yes, you can. not as often or as long. [ laughter ] but then you really appreciate it when you have it. >> there's a lot of -- we talked about public affection, there's also public proposals. we've been seeing tons of. if you google proposals -- 1,000 will come up. >> that's why it's not special to me. too many people doing it and it's lost it's appeal. >> there was one in l.a., guy decided he would propose to his girlfriend, threw a pink smoke bomb up in the air. >> alert the s.w.a.t. team, great. >> she said, yes. >> he proposed got down on one knee. >> what did people behind them waiting in line to get to a doctor's appointment or work, how were they feeling? great blessings on the couple? >> they were fine. >> that's the last thing l.a. needs, more people stopping traffic.
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>> they did one on broadway. cinderella is on broadway, a couple got up on stage, a man proposed to her -- police officer proposed to his girlfriend up on stage. >> why that one doesn't bother me, it doesn't impact other people who are not interested in you getting -- you know? >> i do wonder about public proposals. it seems like there are certain things you want to say. people like it on the jumbotron or jay leno. >> we live in a society that really doesn't -- nothing's sacred anymore. everybody tells everybody about everything. >> all the details. >> i'm reading a book right now, i'm not going to talk about the book. i can't believe one person wrote that about another person in their life. i think, what does that tell you about the person that wrote the book? everything. >> right. >> you don't know if everything you're reading is true about the person, but you find out everything about the person writing that garbage. >> by the way, on to a fun note, we have a great show today. we have liza minnelli in the
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house. >> yes, we do. we also have the other great stars of "cabaret" with us after 40 years. and michael bolton. >> he is singing for us. and we have en-joy. our two teams are checking in. we've got to pick our people. >> we'll pick them on commercial. we don't have time. but we're going to have a lot of fun. so stick around and get this party started right after this. they said we didn't have time. so, we all set? i've got two tickets to paradise! pack your bags, we'll leave tonight. uhh, it's next month, actually... eddie continues singing: to tickets to... paradiiiiiise! no four. remember? whoooa whooaa whooo! you know ronny, folks who save hundreds of dollars by switching to geico sure are happy. and how happy are they jimmy? happier than eddie money running a travel agency. get happy. get geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more.
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take a look. ♪ ♪ he was born, he yearned for adventure ♪ ♪ oh, captain jack ♪ he's a chester of the surf ♪ >> what it did for your career, baby. michael's out with a new book called "the soul of it all: my music, my life." >> great to see you. >> spent a lot of the day reading through this book. so many people assume you had so much success right off the bat. even though you did get your first recording contract at age 16, tell us about those years you didn't have anything going on. >> the years you can remember. >> enough about --
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>> hazy up until -- i had a record deal when i was 16. i signed with epic with cbs records. i thought, wow, i made it. 18 years later, i had my first hit. long, long run. >> what's great about your book, you learn about you, but there's opportunities artists may have taken to trash people in his life. that's what people do, talk about bad relationship. >> they want to sell it. >> you steered clear of that. why did you decide to write this? >> that's part of the theme, the soul of it all, getting the point of everything, the point of your life and different chapters of your life, including some of the hardest moments and times. understanding the meaning of it, what the depth of it is. that doesn't really work well with trashing and pointing fingers at other people and blaming. that's just negative energy you don't need. >> what was the purpose for you, in your private moment when you
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said i'm going to write this book, what did you want to accomplish from it? >> well, for me, if you know anything about golf -- >> okay. >> yeah. >> okay. >> you don't want to hook in golf. >> don't say hook. >> you want to hook in music, but not in golf. >> you do know. i played the front nine. i'm now teeing off at the back nine of my career and my life, and this book is my tee shot. >> that's great. >> there's a lot of things i want to do, films, musicals, more albums. i have another album coming out february 8th. there's a lot going on, but the story, i've been putting chapters away and putting moments away i think should come up in the book. then i had a few great people. fortunately for me i've got a great publisher and great editor, who's here by the way, who believed in my story enough and hearing about what the story was like and how that will resonate with people who have had some rough spots and don't think that it's all about the glamour and the glitz.
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>> what was your roughest spot, when you talk about one of your lows that you really pulled out of, how would you nut shell that? >> the single hardest time was sitting at the kitchen table with three young daughters and wife and not wanting them to know how broke we were. keeping it from the kids. >> right. >> and having rent checks bouncing and a really nice guy as a landlord who said, i can't carry you anymore. you have to leave. we didn't have homelessness, the term, we weren't using that back then. it was just, the reality of it, was right there. so, that's something you never forget, you never get it out of your system. >> speaking of your children, there's one really interesting portion of the book, you were sued for plagiarism. >> copyright infringement. >> i felt your pain, wait a minute, i never heard this song before. we had a tape of us writing it together, and you were still found to be guilty.
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that goes to the soul of a person, pardon the pun. you stole somebody else's child and called it your own. >> what happens is your child gets taken from you. >> yeah, yeah. i felt for you. >> that was up there with one of the worst things that could ever happen to anybody. >> the book is really interesting. >> very uplifting, a lot of life lessons. >> beautifully written. >> even though you don't trash anybody, i think it's going to sell a whole lot of books. hopefully, you won't kick hoda off the new york times bestsellers. >> you're welcome to it. >> she will make room for you. >> plenty of room for us. >> of course, there is. >> are you going to sing for us a bit? >> i am. >> michael is sticking around for -- not going to say what you're going to sing? surprise us. >> i'll surprise you. melanie fiona is going to do a duet with me. >> going to be great. >> coming up, en-joy getting fit teams are getting ready, they are going to step on the scale. we'll find out who lost more
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weight. >> sara is outside for us to choose our teammate so we can get our game on. >> i want to hear your pick. use your words. scan the crowd and tell you who you want. >> i want the lady doing the strip tease. >> i want the guy with the fist pump. >> i want the lady swinging it. that guy, the fist pump. >> all right. ♪ [ angry gibberish ] [ justin ] mulligan sir. mulligan. take a mulligan. i took something for my sinuses, but i still have this cough. [ male announcer ] truth is, a lot of sinus products don't treat cough. they don't? [ male announcer ] nope, but alka seltzer plus severe sinus does it treats your worst sinus symptoms, plus that annoying cough. [ angry gibberish ] [ fake coughs ] sorry that was my fault sir. [ male announcer ] alka seltzer plus severe sinus. [ breathes deeply ] ♪ oh, what a relief it is! [ male announcer ] try alka seltzer plus severe sinus day and night for complete relief from your worst sinus symptoms. [ male announcer ] try alka seltzer plus severe sinus day and night i played a round of golf.id in the last five hours? then i read a book while teaching myself how to play guitar; ran ten miles while knitting myself a sweater;
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all right, we're back with week three of our en-joy getting fit series. today, a fitness relay race. you know them and you love them. again, here's my team, yelena, jessica, and mindy. >> and cathy, zakiya, heidi. guiding us through the relays our nutritionist and master of ceremonies, joy bauer! >> this segment is hot. it's a hot segment. >> ladies, what do you think? first, we're going to feature everybody's weight loss, then we're going to jump into the
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challenge. pretty impressive. we're going to start with team hoda. yelena, last week, 139, this week 137. total of eight pounds. next -- eight pounds. jessica. last week, she was 200, now she's 195. loss of five pounds, a total of 11 pounds. >> 11, are you kidding? >> now we have mindy. last week she was 191. now she's 185. down six pounds for a total of 13 pounds. >> 13, 13, 13! >> ladies, don't let me down here. >> team hoda is down a collective 32 pounds. >> that's fantastic. >> okay, go. >> now we're going to go kathy. last week 162, now 158. down four pounds, a total of ten pounds for kathy. then we have zakiya. last week she was 227, now she's
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224. down three pounds. total of 11 pounds. lastly, heidi, last week, 173, now she's 171, she lost two pounds. she's down a total of 11 pounds. >> all right! >> so, totally, how many? >> total is, are you ready for this? you were down 32 pounds, your team is down 32 pounds. >> oh, my gosh! >> let's do the game. >> okay. last week we had a test your diet iq challenge, and you, actually, won. >> i wasn't here. >> what we're going to do is three different exercises. the first is going to be jumping rope. >> okay. >> the next one -- who's responsible for jumping rope? yelena? who's over here? they are each going to jump rope for 30 counts. they are then going to high-five
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15 on the next, who is going to put on the boxing gloves and punch 15 times on one arm, 15 on the next, high five the next person, worst going to come over to the ladders. in, out, in, out. then they'll tag me, and whoever wins is the reigning champion for this challenge. >> ready, go. >> 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10 -- >> how many? keep going. >> 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30! >> go, go, go! >> one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten -- 12, 13, 14, 15 -- >> punch it, punch it! >> three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 -- >> in and out, in and out! >> go, go, go! go, go, go, go, go, go, go!
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go, go, go! >> what happened? what is it? joy? >> she didn't hit her hand. >> we're going to review the tape. they said they want to review the tape. joy just said i don't know. >> we have to do an analysis. >> we're going to do it in slo-mo and watch at the end. we're going to slow it down. >> we're exhausted from this show. two contestants are going to spin the wheel and we're going to find out what we're going to play. spin it, ladies. >> our show has become a game show. >> where are we? >> i expect howie mandel to come out any minute. what are we going to do? we are going to play -- head
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games! acting out! >> all right, we can do that. we've got a super bowl edition of "who knew" also coming up. >> michael bolton is going to sing for us. >> and the cast of "cabaret" comes together. they are! [ female announcer ] going to sleep may be easy, but when you wake up in the middle of the night it can be frustrating. it's hard to turn off and go back to sleep. intermezzo is the first and only prescription sleep aid approved for use as needed in the middle of the night when you can't get back to sleep. it's an effective sleep medicine you don't take before bedtime. take it in bed only when you need it and have at least four hours left for sleep. do not take intermezzo if you have had an allergic reaction to drugs containing zolpidem, such as ambien. allergic reactions such as shortness of breath or swelling of your tongue or throat may occur and may be fatal. intermezzo should not be taken if you have taken another sleep medicine at bedtime or in the middle of the night or drank alcohol that day.
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try these. new cepacol sensations cools instantly, and has an active ingredient that stays with you long after the lozenge is gone. not just a sensation, sensational relief. we are back on this wineless wednesday with more of "today," and it's time to play our weekly trivia game we call "who knew" with the 49ers and ravens getting ready to battle it out in four days, we wanted to see if you're ready, so we're going to find out. kathie lee is across the street, at the nbc experience store. she's handing out $100 to those who get the answers right, and those who don't, get a great new book. okay, everyone's a winner. here to help me out is sportscaster and great friend of the show, mr. len berman.
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>> you didn't seau wrote that book. that's a big deal, it's a best seller. >> you rock. let's get started, shall we? >> good friend, right, hoda woman? all right, from indiana, how much did a ticket to the first super bowl cost, and what is the average cost for a ticket this year. is it $12 before, now that. $15, now that. $20, now that, or $25 back then and now $1,000, what is it? >> i'm going to say $25 and now $1,000. >> no, but you're going to adore hoda's book. >> the correct answer here is $12 back then and $3,020 now, that's face value, huh? >> here's the thing, the game will sell out this time. when it was $12, super bowl i, wasn't a sellout. far from it. >> can't believe it costs that much. back across. >> sweet lady from columbia, maryland. out of the san francisco 49ers' five super bowl appearances thus far, how many have they won? >> three. >> good day for hoda woman. >> oh, baby. all right, the correct answer is they've won every, all five.
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>> they are the only undefeated super bowl team that's won more than one. no 2-0, 3-0. baltimore wins, they'll be 2-0. >> what do you think's going to happen, by the way? >> i'm leaning towards baltimore. >> you are? good for you. back across to kath. >> cute young thing from toronto. where did the baltimore ravens' nickname originate, state bird of maryland, sam raven was instrumental in the city getting a football team, or edgar allan poe's poem? . >> i'm going for "a." >> yeah, hoda! >> i love today. >> you made up the wrong answers. no sam raven. >> tell us the right answer. >> edgar allan poe lived and died in baltimore. they picked the raven. good thing he didn't write about trees. baltimore trees. doesn't have it. >> back across. >> this lady lives in jim thorpe, pennsylvania. i said like the athlete?
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all right. which two teams have tied for the most super bowl appearances? >> denver broncos and tampa bay buccaneers. pittsburgh steelers and dallas cowboys. new york giants and new orleans saints or minnesota vikings and atlanta falcons? . >> the cowboys. >> yeah! no, she's right. she's right. it is pittsburgh steelers and dallas cowboys, isn't it? >> the name of the team she's heard of. >> pittsburgh's won the most, six, and dallas has won the next most, well, they won five. just go to the next one. >> another lady from pennsylvania. how much are super bowl commercials being sold for this year? $500,000, $1.5 million, $3 million, $4 million? >> we'll go for the big bucks. $4 million. >> you are smart as pretty. yes, you are. >> $4 million, is that for a 30-second ad? >> most people are talking at a party and don't get to hear the commercial anyway. >> they are showing them all before the game. >> is that smart? >> i don't know, i like to be surprised.
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>> len he we love you. we love you. thanks for coming on. kathie is going to come back across the street. life is still a cabaret. 40 years later, we're going to talk to the famous, liza minnelli, legendary cast of music musical right after this. have given way to sleeping. tossing and turning where sleepless nights yield to restful sleep. and lunesta®(eszopiclone) can help you get there. like it has for so many people before. when taking lunesta, don't drive or operate machinery until you feel fully awake. walking, eating, driving, or engaging in other activities while asleep, without remembering it the next day, have been reported. lunesta should not be taken together with alcohol. abnormal behaviors may include aggressiveness, agitation, hallucinations, or confusion. in depressed patients, worsening of depression, including risk of suicide, may occur. alcohol may increase these risks. allergic reactions such as tongue or throat swelling
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there it is. >> 1972, it's had everything, a great score, choreography, stellar cast, stories, and lots and lots of sex and decadence, like my house. what's not to love. >> now the movie musical has been restored in high def and blu-ray and dvd celebrating the 40th anniversary of "cabaret" is debuting on february 25th. the original cast is here in the studio, but first let's take a look at some of the film's highlights. ♪
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♪ bye, bye >> when the film adaptation of the broadway musical "cabaret" was released in 1972, it won eight academy awards, including best actress for liza minnelli, as the eccentric nightclub performer sally bowles. best supporting actor to joel grey as the master of ceremonies at the kit kat club, and best director for director/choreographer bob fosse. ♪ maybe this time i'll be lucky ♪ >> set in 1931 pre-war germany against the backdrop of the rising nazi regime, the film also featured performances by michael york as sally's boyfriend. marissa berenson as a wealthy german jewish air heiress, jewish heiress, plus a score by
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john kander and fred ebb that provided the songs and social commentary on the times. with its gritty realistic approach that broke with the tradition of the old style musical, "cabaret" was hailed as a groundbreaking film, provocative, risque, and wildly compelling. and wildly entertaining. >> yeah! >> here they are, liza minnelli, joel grey, marissa berenson, and michael york. hi, ladies and gentlemen. >> when you hear that word, 40, i heard you all go oh, my gosh. musten earth shattering to all of you. [ laughter ] >> it's bizarre, because it feels like yesterday. but it also feels like 40 years ago. >> yeah, yeah. it was so monumental in all of your lives. >> it seems like watching your chemistry on the couch, you guys have stayed close through all the years. has your relationship
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maintained? >> we've been cuddled up for years. >> it was a great experience, which bonded everyone, because we bonded with bob fosse. i think that's what was so special about it, we were his friends and he inspired us, he directed us, and we loved him and gave as much as we could back. >> loved each other. >> smart to be isolated there in germany, then have his way with you sort of. because you were pushing the envelope even then. didn't they almost shut you down at one point because it was so risque? >> well, it was. the wall was up. we were on one end of the wall, and there was the atmosphere of what was really going on in germany, which was so brilliant. >> the movie -- when we did the three shows, when we did the threesome, and i'm with everybody -- >> ain't your first time in the rodeo. >> they went -- yeah, this isn't
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acceptable, but it was. >> by the time it was done, it was back and too late. >> it was decadent and brilliant. >> musical movies were not really in vogue at the time. they'd had a couple that failed. so there wasn't a lot of excitement from the money people. and sometimes we took a little more time. we didn't -- we did this thing really on a shoestring in many, many ways. >> did you know it was going to be a hit? >> no, no, no. >> never. >> you didn't feel it? >> except there was something about working with fosse. he was truly creative. he wanted us to improvise, then go and see the daily rushes and see the results of our labor. >> as a theater man he so respected his actors. >> he loved us. and every friday night, on set, and that's how he found out the girls could play the saw. a lot of stuff he found out, he
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put in the movie. >> he was always listening, always watching. >> tried to get you to go a little topless? >> i have a little song, are you ready? come close. >> go ahead. ♪ ♪ for ladies >> all right! oh, my gosh. how much time do we have? one minute. say in one word, if you could describe this experience for you, what it feels like 40 years later, what are you feeling? >> absolutely grateful. >> yeah, that's a great word. >> proud. >> grateful, proud. >> i would say grateful, just very grateful. >> privileged to be associated with these wonderful people and this great film. >> you're british, so you're allowed to have that many words. >> i think this is going to
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reach a whole another audience. people who never saw it. >> they haven't seen decadence until they've seen "cabaret." >> it's brilliant. i wish fosse was around to see it. he's watching from somewhere. i'm not sure where. >> he took chances. i mean, we would all look at each other and go, really? >> during the filming. >> we have to run, because michael bolton gets really touchy when he's not allowed to sing. forgive us. but we've got to go. >> michael bolton! >> special song in just a moment and he has a little guest with him.
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the toyota concert series on "today," brought to you by toyota. >> multiplatinum recording artist and two-time grammy winner michael bolton has released 17 studio album and his
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newest pays tribute to motown classics. they're going to have you moving and grooving. >> "ain't no mountain high enough," michael's here with a very special guest, grammy-winning melanie fiona to sing "nothing like the real thing." take it away, you guys. ♪ ain't nothing like the real thing, baby ♪ ♪ ain't nothing like the real thing ♪ ♪ ain't nothing like the real thing, baby ♪ ♪ ain't nothing like the real thing ♪ ♪ i got your picture hanging on the wall ♪ ♪ it can't see or come to me when i call your name ♪ ♪ i realize it's just a picture
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in a frame ♪ ♪ i read your letters when you're not near ♪ ♪ but they don't move me ♪ they don't groove me like when i hear ♪ ♪ your sweet voice whispering in my ear ♪ ♪ ain't nothing like the real thing, baby ♪ ♪ ain't nothing like the real thing ♪ ♪ i play the game, a fantasy ♪ i pretend i'm not in reality ♪ i need the shelter of your arms to comfort me ♪ ♪ no other sound is quite the same as your name ♪ ♪ no touch can do half as much to make me feel better ♪ ♪ so let's stay together ♪ i got some memories to look back on, but they don't help me when you're gone ♪ ♪ i'm well aware nothing can
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take the place of your being there ♪ ♪ so glad we got the real thing, baby, so glad we got the real thing ♪ ♪ ain't nothing like the real thing, baby ♪ ♪ ain't nothing like the real thing ♪ ♪ ain't nothing like the real thing, baby ♪ ♪ ain't nothing like the real thing ♪ ♪ ain't nothing like the real thing, baby ♪ ♪ ain't nothing like the real thing ♪ ♪ ain't nothing like the real thing, baby ♪ ♪ ain't nothing like the real thing ♪ >> that was awesome! awesome! >> two lucky contestants. >> but first, this is "today" on
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always two lucky fans. it's time for get your game on, where two lucky fans from the plaza get to have fun with us. >> let's find out who the contestants are and what they are going to be playing. hi, sara. >> you the >> come on, sal. >> today we're playing acting out, which is charades. you get 30 seconds. close your eyes, glance at the screen, see what they are acting out. >> what things are they? >> popular tv shows or movies. kathie lee is going to go first. close your eyes. evette, you're going to look at the television right now, see that? take it down. kathie lee, close your eyes for a second. open up. time on the clock, 30 seconds. go. ♪ >> model. >> and you can use your words.
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you can speak. she can speak, talk. >> not a woman. not a woman. >> you can do impressions. >> not a woman. >> men? two and a half men? madmen? >> do we -- come right over here. >> learning as we go along. >> close your eyes. sal, see that? >> i can see it. i can see it. >> come on, sal! >> 30 seconds on the clock, go. >> not a woman. >> it's a man. >> very good. a guy with the funny hair, comes in all crazy. >> funny hair, al sharpton. what else? what else? he's a comedian. comedian. >> don king? >> had his own show. no, no, no.
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>> had a lot of hair, own show. >> ten years. very famous guy. jay leno? >> score is even so far. >> what's the answer? >> can you tell us? >> it was "seinfeld." >> what hair? >> there was a guy, hair. >> it's a tie, that was a wash. >> they get a present because it was so bad. >> nobody gets it. nobody gets it. >> come back and see us tomorrow. we have a lot coming up tomorrow. ed cherene is going to perform for us, ambush makeover. >> it's going to be fun. have a great day, everybody. >> that was awful, awful. rossi. >> why am i being in the book when i am the boss. i am the pit boss. jeff: we're talking about little people. dogs. >> he's the one that never
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betrayed me. jeff: a violent past. plus, cesar milan. >> it's not the breed. it's the owner. jeff: troubled times for a difference. it's a dog day! hello, hello! roll it! all right. a little about me. i'm recently married. i work with my wife on this show. and i'm learning how to be a dad to two amazing kids in a blended family. i'm hosting a talk show 'cause there's a lot to talk about. this is the adventure. [ applause ] welcome to the show. thank you for the nice welcome. have a seat. all right. today's guests are heroes in their own right. they've put their lives in danger to save the animals that they love. dog behavior cesar milan will be
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